Thursday, February 11, 2010

Olympic Freeze

With the NHL's Olympic trade freeze taking affect at 3 P.M Friday February 12th there should be a few trades made within the next 27 hours as teams want to unload some of their players before the Olympics so they don't kill their trade value with a possible injury in the Olympics.

Some of the bigger fish on the market (Ponikarovsky, Neidermayer, Turco, Kariya amongst others) will probably not be moved before the freeze. Some of the guys that could be dealt today/ early tomorrow are Matty Cullen out of Carolina, Michael Ryder out of Boston, and Ray Whitney out of Carolina.

I fully expect to see at least a couple of trades be announced before the freeze, so we'll sit tight and watch the action unfold.

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